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Mark Peters : March 9th 2010 - 15:45 CET
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HuaweiHSPA+ Android smartphone : The world’s first HSPA+ Android smartphone was claimed by Huawei and indeed during the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona we didn’t run into any more. When we arrived at the Huawei booth, we still had to search for this fine example of technology and finally we saw a glimpse of the new Huawei U8800 handset. It was presented under a bit dingy synthetic cube. But we weren’t born yesterday; what goes in can always come out is our motto. Thus lift that cube up and take a closer look at the Huawei U8800 Android Smartphone. There is of course a reason why the Huawei mobile phone cannot be seen functioning… this is a pre-production Beta sample.
Huawei U8800 Smartphone

Huawei U8800 Android smartphone
And of course you don’t want it to suffer from all the grab-happy hands. The Mobile World Congress 2010 in Spain is of course also the best opportunity to toot your own horn and if you have to do this with such a non-functioning sample… why not. The technical specifications of this new Android Smartphone are in any case impressive on paper; for starters of course the HSPA+ with a maximum download speed of 14Mb/sec and the impressive large 3.8-inch display.

HSPA+ Smartphone

HSPA+ Android Smartphone
According to a Huawei spokesperson, the first Huawei U8800 HSPA+ smartphones will be delivered in the third quarter of 2010. If Huawei will still have the world’s first HSDA+ smartphone, is the question. The Huawei U8800 cell phone will run on Google’s very popular OS, Android 2.1. The HSPA+ story is left hanging a bit, but in theory the download speed is very interesting, especially if content such as (HD) video can be downloaded with it.

Huawei U8800 Android Smartphone

Huawei HSPA+ Smartphone
The new Huawei U8800 Android smartphone certainly had its minutes of fame anyway. We are curious about the results in practice, but we will have to have a bit more patience for that. Huawei in any case shows part of what the future holds, and that is also valuable.
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